Guide to Student Resources
- Health & Wellness
- Mentoring & Support
- Financial Support
- Academic & Career Support
- Involvement Opportunities
- Living on Campus
- Student Tools
- Advising & Degree Plans
Unless specifically notated, all listed services are available for all NAU students. However, for some resources access may be limited to students physically present in Flagstaff at the time of engagement. We encourage online and community campus students to call or visit the websites of these services to inquire if remote access is available.
* Available for Flagstaff-campus students only.
Office of the Dean of Students
(928) 523-5181 | nau.edu/deanofstudents
Assists students with support and advocacy, including crisis management, problem-solving, and campus referrals. The office to go to if you don’t know where to go.
Health & Wellness
Campus Health Services (Medical)
(928) 523-2131 | nau.edu/medical-services
Comprehensive medical care facility for preventive, routine, and immediate care, physical therapy, immunizations, group acupuncture, and nutrition.
Live Well NAU
(928) 523-2131 | nau.edu/livewell
Live Well NAU is an online wellness resource and holistic framework that makes it easy for students to improve all dimensions of their wellbeing. Students can visit the website to complete a wellness self-assessment, find wellness oriented events and explore relevant wellness resources across campus.
(928) 523-2131 | nau.edu/healthpromotion
Programs and resources to help students stay healthy and safe. Topics include nutrition, relationships, sexual health, sexual violence, stress and substance use.
UCAN University Coaching for Activity and Nutrition
(928) 523-2655 | nau.edu/ucan
UCAN health coaches are compassionate NAU students who understand the challenges of college. They have completed a minimum of 45 hours of health coaching training and are ready to help you tackle health-supporting changes
Mentoring & Support
Course Materials Assistance Program (previously known as Emergency Textbook Loan Program)
(928) 523-5181 | in.nau.edu/dean-of-students/course-materials-assistance-program/
Northern Arizona University’s Course Materials Assistance Program (CMAP) assists students with limited financial means in obtaining required course materials for classes by providing a $300 credit at the NAU Bookstore.
Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
(928) 523-4951 | nau.edu/finaid
Assists students in applying for and managing financial resources for college, including loans, scholarships, and grants. Refer students to the Student Service Center (SSC) first!
Academic & Career Support
Academic Success Centers
North: (928) 523-5524 | South: (928) 523-7391 | nau.edu/asc
Offers tutoring, supplemental instruction, academic mentoring, and workshops. Test prep courses and the Testing Center are also housed in the ASC.
(928) 523-1087 | nau.edu/career
nau.edu/studentemployment | nau.edu/internships
Provides career advising, workshops/guest lectures, and online career education resources. Serves as a centralized resource for student employment and internships. Oversees online and on-campus recruitment.
(928) 523-8773 | nau.edu/dr
Provides resources, advocacy, and accommodations for students with documented disabilities. The Usable Materials Center assists faculty in making course content accessible.
Handshake is the online portal for on-campus and off-campus job postings, career fairs, and other career events.
Interdisciplinary Writing Program
(928) 523-7745 | nau.edu/iwp
Offers writing resources to faculty and students by providing feedback and assistance with all stages of the writing process across all disciplines.
(928) 523-4772 | nau.edu/advising
Advisors are available to assist with course selection, degree planning and overall support. Students can find their assigned advisor at my.nau.edu.
Center for International Education
(928) 523-2409 | nau.edu/cie
NAU’s hub for all things international—from international student admissions and education abroad to incorporating a global perspective into our academic and social programs.
True Blue Connects
Info and resources on NAU student organizations and campus events.
Living on Campus
(928) 523-3978 | nau.edu/rc
Additionally, for first year students, Residential College Ambassadors (RCAs) are available to support students’ affiliation to their academic college through one-on-one assistance, college events, and faculty connections.
NAU Community (web portal)
An online portal where a student can access student information, events, resources as well as social and discussion groups. Some of the resources below can be accessed through the portal.
An online portal where students can schedule appointments with academic advisors and mentoring programs.
Advising & Degree Plans
Academic Advising Report
A report that assists a student in tracking their progress to graduation.It can be used in conjunction with Jacks Planner.
Students can determine what credits will transfer to NAU from other institutions.
An interactive academic planning tool students can utilize to plan course sequencing from term to term.
A course scheduling tool that allows a student to design a semester schedule and register for classes.